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Ring in the New Year at home, then get on a plane: Though prices are high through New Year’s weekend, the week starting January 4 ushers in deals.
Advice for hiking and walking trips based on hundreds of miles’ worth of trail data: the pros and cons of hiring a private guide or joining a group trip.
The rules and logistics of driving in Italy can be unfamiliar, even to seasoned travelers. If you’re planning to rent a car, make sure to heed this advice,
While the last 10 days of December spell crowds and exorbitant prices, the first two-thirds of the month can be a serene time to travel.
After a recent family trip to Sri Lanka, I asked my 13-year-old, Doug, to write about his favorite day. This is what he wrote:
In 25 years as a travel journalist, I’ve found two best ways to make a trip safe and stress-free.
What business-class airline should I fly to Asia? Wendy answers a reader's question with first-hand feedback from her own recent trip.
The announcement of new travel restrictions to Cuba left some travelers with cold feet about booking a trip. Here's the scoop on what this means for you.
Borneo, Malaysia and Indonesia offer far-out wildlife, lush rainforest, rarely visited islands, and cuisine that professional chefs cross oceans for.
Looking for unusual Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s destinations? Here are the holiday travel plans that WendyPerrin.com travelers have made so far.
Food safety is improving in India, but tourists still worry about it. This list of tips and strategies will keep you feeling healthy during your travels.
Political unrest, natural disasters, and terrorist attacks are a reminder that when you prepare for a trip, it’s smart to prepare for an emergency too. Here's how.
It's not too late to book your Christmas vacation or New Year’s vacation. Choose from these last-minute ideas.
Recent terrorist attacks underscore that we’re living in a world where anything can happen at any time. But the answer is not to stay home.
An interesting travel opportunity that will support aid workers after the earthquakes in Mexico.
Overseas, credit card payment machines often ask whether you want to pay with U.S. dollars or the local currency. Which one should you choose, and why?
Don't miss your last chance to be a true pioneer (“I went when you could only get there by mailboat!”).
Readers have been asking how they can help support Hurricane Irma recovery efforts, so we’ve compiled a list of organizations in need of donations.
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